If 1 year-old Easton’s celebration portraits had a bit of dialogue, I’m guessing it would have started something like this “So uh…how do you like my hat?”Â :-)Â This baby had me at helloÂ with his sweet little monkey tie and party hat ensemble artfully styled by his Mommy.Â If you’re needing more of a baby fix be sure to check out more little lovesÂ in our baby gallery.
Thought everyone might enjoy a little decorating inspiration featuring this six piece canvas gallery series that we created featuring the super cute Goossen children.Â Â These customÂ wraps range from 30 inches for the centerpiece anchor down to 10 inches for the sweet playful portrait’s hung in a film strip formation underneath.Â What I particularly loved about this series is that Mom planned wardrobe to match the family room that the kidos would be on display. Too cute!
When Spring in Seattle wants to be impressive…there really is nothing prettier and I was so excited to head outdoors for this family photo shoot! (Don’t be fooled though…it was NOT warm…that sunshine is deceptive — I was shooting in a winter parka!)
So this is not at all what I had planned to post today but as I was going through the film from a recent photo shoot — this single shot made me smile so big that I just had to share.Â Â Â This is the same frame shown with two different crops.Â This little munchkin was EVERYWHERE, up, down, running, in, out, over…a little ball of energy! I’m sure there is some awesome philosophical thing about big picture, perspective, looking deeper beyond the surface that I should be referencing but honestly, the main thing that came to my mind was “Definition of MOM:Â never let them see you sweat.”
Bring on Spring!Â That’s exactly what I thought when I saw King’s High School beauty Emma in her pretty little floral frock.Â Luckily the sun decided to make a well timed appearance (following a deluge of Seattle rain just 30 minutes prior)Â And it wouldn’t be me if I didn’t also point out a really awesome style idea that Emma chose for her Senior pictures photo shoot….a quick change of her dress cover!Â Undecided on weather a trendy denim shirt or lavender sweater would be the perfect compliment — she brought both and we just swapped a few frames into the look.Â Both looked great and I love the idea of making two looks from one.Â The moral of this style story:Â always bring more than you think you are going to need. The only mistake is leaving it in your closet